Type: Fixed Term (until June 30 2024)
Hours: Full time
Business Group: Information and Knowledge Services
Branch: National Library
Salary: $87,699 – $118,652
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We have an excellent opportunity for a leader to join the Alexander Turnbull Library s Leadership Team. The Audiovisual Digitisation Leader will lead the delivery team within the National Library and Archives NZ Utaina project.Utaina Is a newly initiated project, working in collaboration with Ngā Tonga Sound and Vision, the National Library of New Zealand and Archives New Zealand to work alongside a specialist vendor to digitise our collective audiovisual collections.
In this role you will manage a small team of 3-6 librarians and audiovisual specialists to manage the holistic workflow from identification and description, delivery to vendor, to receipt back from vendor and preservation of digitized content within the digitization repository. This is a lead role within the overall project structure to deliver the National Library (c. 90,000) and Archives NZ (c. 10,000) collection items.
Within the project you will be supported by the Project Executive, a Project Manager, and work collaboratively with colleagues at Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision. This role will report to the Associate Chief Librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library.
To be successful in the role you will have:
The Alexander Turnbull Library is part of the National Library of New Zealand and sits within the Information and Knowledge Services branch, the Department s epicentre of information management, culture and heritage.
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Applications close: 5pm, Monday 15 February 2021
For more information please contact: Mark Crookston, Programme Director Documentary Heritage at email@example.com or on 0272406813 or Jessica Moran, Associate Chief Librarian Alexander Turnbull Library, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 04 4602862.
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